Coronation Street spoilers: Gary Windass borrows loads of cash off violent loan shark Rick Neelan – and struggles to settle his debt

GARY Windass’ money woes are far greater than he has let on as it’s revealed he’s borrowed a load of cash from nasty loan shark Rick Neelan.

The builder, played by Mikey North, finds himself in trouble as he struggles to pay off the debt in upcoming scenes.

Gary Windass owes Rick Neelan money after taking out a loan
Andrew Boyce

Yesterday viewers watched as Gary accepted £10k from Peter in order to keep his mouth shut about the factor roof.

Troubled Gary is hoping it will be enough to pay off Rick (Greg Wood), but the violent loan shark has got other ideas.

Earlier this year it was revealed that Rick was returning to the Cobbles.

In upcoming scenes, Gary starts acting as a loan shark by carrying out Rick’s dirty work.

Actors Mikey North and Greg Wood have been seen filming together

Troubled with ongoing cash issues, Gary’s relationship with Sarah Platt is really put to the test.

Could Gary be corrupted to the point of no return and become Corrie’s newest villain alongside the manipulating bad boy?

Loan shark Rick Neelan is thought to be returning to the soap for a few months, meaning there’s plenty of time to cause enough grief.

According to Digital Spy, the troublemaker will be “up to his old tricks by terrorising some of the local residents”.

Gary will start work as a loan shark to pay off his debts

The villain first arrived in Weatherfield in 2009 when he was approached by Gail Platt’s then husband Joe McIntyre for a loan to pay off other debts.

Rick later returned to the cobbles in 2012 when Terry Duckworth took out a loan and failed to repay it.

And he infamously kidnapped Rita on her wedding day back in 2012.

Greg later went on to win a role on Hollyoaks as villain Trevor Royle until he was killed off in 2016.

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